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Educational Options: Homeschooling
||Stoner's early book from 1914 describes in minute detail the homeschooling program of her daughter, Winifred, from babyhood through middle childhood. Stoner's book features the "progressive thinking" of the day, including chapters on discipline, eugenics, world peace, and Esperanto. Stoner's philosophy was very different from Berle's, though their books appeared the same year.
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